John Leguizamo recently made headlines for boycotting the Emmy Awards, which left out Latinx actors and shows from this year’s list of nominations in the major categories. During a Yahoo! Entertainment interview, the actor referenced the disparity between the... READ
It’s important this year to stay productive, entertained and engaged. We’re providing you with a mixture of live performances, exercises, and fun virtual activities to explore throughout the month of October. Arts / Culture 1. Take a mini vacation and watch... READ
Talent and literary agent Tiauna Jackson discusses the benefits of achieving diversity at every level of the entertainment industry, using content creation to advance your career, and the formidable task of breaking into the business! Tiauna Jackson is a Talent and... READ
For this installment of Get to Know the Casting Director, we’re featuring someone who was nominated for her casting work on both Insecure and Watchmen, the latter of which won her an Emmy within the limited series casting category at this year’s Creative Arts Emmys.... READ
Welcome to ACTING UP, the place where we celebrate standout performances in TV, streaming and film. Other than spotlighting exceptional work from recent projects, this feature also shines a light on how certain actors got where they are today. Have a peek and then... READ
For this installment of Path to the Emmy Awards, we’re featuring Ramy Youssef, star and creator of the Hulu comedy series Ramy. The semi-autobiographical series follows the lead titular character, played by Youssef, as he explores questions of identity and faith while... READ
Hate auditioning? Think you’re terrible at them? You’re not alone. Actor Travis Fimmel, star of such shows as The Vikings and films like Warcraft, totally understands how you feel. “I’m the worst auditioner ever known to man,” he tells Casting Networks. “I cannot... READ
Irish actress Niamh Algar is having a breakthrough career moment. The European-based actress stars in Ridley Scott’s new HBO Max sci-fi series Raised By Wolves, which premiered on Thursday, September 3. It’s about two androids raising human children as atheists on a... READ
Welcome to our newest series, Path to the Emmy Awards, in which we’ll be featuring Emmy nominees and how they got to their current place of recognition. We’re kicking it off with Israeli actor Shira Haas, who received a nod for Lead Actress in a Limited Series or TV... READ
Jackie Robinson. James Brown. Thurgood Marshall. All American legends, all performances aced by the great Chadwick Boseman before he left us. You have to be pretty damn good at your job to play so many icons in a career. And that list doesn’t even include the role... READ
It is confirmed that Robert De Niro, Mike Myers, Timothy Olyphant, Michael Shannon, Chris Rock, Anya Taylor-Joy, Andrea Riseborough, Matthias Schoenaerts, and Alessandro Nivola have all joined the starry ensemble of David O. Russell's forthcoming feature for New Regency.
It may be daunting for an actor or a casting director to bring to life for a modern audience such a well-known character — or even a specific version of a real-life person. But it is the type of creative challenge that countless television shows have recently embraced.
Actress Michelle Lukiman shares her experience with Actors Pro Expo’s Meals 4 Monologues showcase, and how her performance led to new career opportunities. Read more about her journey and how you can perform for casting directors as a part of Meals 4 Monologues, starting February 11 at Actors Pro Expo.